Referendum In Politics Corrupt

A referendum in politics of Venezuela reversed a constitutional clause which put a limit of two consecutive terms for a President. Now one can remain a President for as long as they like. The original referendum in December 2007 was shot down by Venezuelans, but President Chavez was determined to have this clause reversed. Chavez campaigned heavily, using government funds, and got a referendum that ended how he wanted. This referendum questionnaire was so convoluted that it barely made sense.
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